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In the 1980s, geeky Adam uses a video camera to document his family's crazy life. His mother, Beverly, is overprotective and lacks boundaries, while his dad has a hot temper and finds it difficult to parent without screaming. Rounding out the clan are Adam's terrifying sister, Erica; his older brother, Barry, who has middle-child syndrome; and the family's beloved grandfather, Al "Pops" Solomon. Pops is responsible for wild antics, including offering drinks to Barry and teaching Adam about the ways of love -- which create more chaos in an already high-strung family.

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Afraid of being alone in her old age, Beverly tries to bond with other moms; Erica gets annoyed at Geoff's romantic gestures.
aired 17 days ago
When Lainey moves back to town, Barry asks her to the prom; Erica tells Murray she has made a final decision about her future in college.
aired 17 days ago
Adam tries to start a Mel Brooks club after he sees the movie "Spaceballs"; Jackie mistakes his club advertisement for political satire and puts it in the school paper; Beverly and Pops visit Erica for parent's weekend; Murray tags along.
aired 18 days ago
A baseball dream comes true for Barry; Erica makes an important decision about her future in college.
aired 18 days ago
The family doesn't support Beverly when she decides to take up dance with the Frentas; when Emmy starts dating a cool guy, Adam thinks their friendship is in jeopardy.
aired 18 days ago
Hoping to get the true spring break experience, Erica and Barry visit Pops in Florida; Adam gets a surprising reaction when he tells his parents the truth.
aired 18 days ago
Barry tries to break up Beverly's group of friends, which results in a turf war over the backyard; Adam's attempts to trick Murray into loving theater backfire.
aired 24 days ago
Beverly tries to combat an empty nest by nursing coach Mellor back to health after a fall from the rope climb; Erica and her roommates get on each other's nerves.
aired 24 days ago
Adam decides to film an original script he wrote about Indiana Jones; his passion for directing is called into question; Murray and Barry make a bet about whether or not a cheesesteak sandwich in New Jersey is the best one ever.
aired 24 days ago
Barry joins the football team but is quickly benched due to his lack of playing ability; Adam helps Barry understand there are other ways he can contribute to the team; Beverly designs jackets and tries to get Murray and Erica to sell them.
aired 24 days ago
Adam's silly antics in class distract his woodshop teacher -- who nearly injures himself; Geoff and Beverly try to become more cultured in an attempt to keep Erica close.
aired 25 days ago
Erica warns Geoff about going to dinner with her family, but he insists; by dinner's end, Geoff hits his breaking point.
aired 31 days ago
Erica tells Beverly she is going to spend the first night of Hanukkah with Geoff and his family; Beverly worries and starts a competition for who hosts the best Hanukkah party; Barry seeks advice from Pops on how to be cool.
aired 31 days ago
Adam and Barry don't get the reaction they expect from Murray when they write a song called "Dads Just Don't Care"; Beverly takes drastic measures to change Erica's mind about needing some space.
aired 31 days ago
Murray takes Adam out for a driving lesson and they learn something new about Pops in the process; Erica struggles with making friends.
aired 31 days ago
Uncle Marvin reveals he has become a stockbroker and convinces Barry and his friends to invest their money with him; Beverly invites 50 people over for a Thanksgiving potluck instead of cooking for the family.
aired 32 days ago
Adam offers to make Murray a commercial starring Marvin, but Marvin's actions mess up the plan; Beverly helps Barry court a girl at school.
aired 32 days ago
Adam and Jackie disagree over their Halloween costumes; Murray teaches Adam how to keep Jackie happy.
aired 38 days ago
With the children growing up, Beverly decides to reinvent herself; Erica struggles to balance her academic and social life in college, and seeks Adam's assistance.
aired 38 days ago
When coach Mellor tells Beverly about his strained relationship with his brother, she intervenes, prompting a face-off; Geoff and Erica struggle with their long-distance relationship.
aired 38 days ago
Adam decides to make a movie about his grandfather for a class assignment but finds all of Pop's war stories mundane; Erica confronts Beverly about her mothering style; Beverly worries about teaching Erica and Barry basic life skills.

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